What is 100 Days for Change?
Women & Leadership Australia’s 100 Days for Change is a grassroots, action orientated initiative that will catalyse individuals and organisations into making achievable change to increase gender equity in their workplace.
Why should I get involved?
It is easy to fall into the mindset that change can only really happen at a state or national level but there is in fact so much that can be done by organisations and indeed employees within those organisations. As part of the 100 Days for Change there are many important changes you and your organisation can make. Visit here to find out how you can get involved.
Can anyone be involved?
Anyone can be involved with 100 Days for Change, both organisations and individuals.
How much will it cost?
There is no fee to take part in 100 Days for Change.
What if I can’t decide on a change to make?
There are a wide range of changes you and your organisation could make as part of 100 Days for Change. You can find some examples here.
Should you still be unsure of what to do we would be delighted to discuss this with you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to discuss your options.
Can I still be involved if my organisation can’t make a change?
Yes. There are many changes you can make as an individual. You can find some examples here.
I want to give my information and be a part of the initiative but I am worried my details will be sold to a marketing organisation.
The information you supply will only be used for research purposes linked to the 100 Days for Change initiative. Your contact information will not be sold to any third party organisation.
I know what I want to change. What happens next?
Now that you have decided on your change its time to let everyone know what your going to do. You can do this using the #100daysforchange or by submitting your change here.
What happens if I don’t succeed in making my change by the end of the 100 days?
Aside from the obvious fact that making considered and achievable change to positively impact gender equity is a good thing, making change as part of a broader initiative like 100 Days for Change offers the additional benefits of collective voice, action and momentum. By focusing all the amazing work being done under one initiative we attract national level awareness and exposure. The aim of 100 Days for Change is to encourage individuals and organisations to make change however there is no penalty for not undertaking your change during the initiative.